Pie Day...Oh, I mean Pi Day!

Back in elementary school my kids always celebrated Pi Day. Their teachers used it as an opportunity to talk about Pi, the ratio of a circle's circumference to its diameter. They always had creative activities to help the kids grasp the concept.

Tomorrow is Pi Day, 3-14!!!!

The Maryland Science Center, located in Baltimore, Maryland is celebrating the day by offering free moon pies and contests. There will be a Pie eating contest, a Hula Hoop contest, Pi-themed music and a Pi memorization contest.


Tomorrow is also Albert Einsteins birthday (Bonanza... two-for-one) and the center will be inviting everyone to learn about his contributions to science and join in a singing of "Happy Birthday."

The Maryland Science Center is located in Baltimore at 601 Light Street. More information about the Pi Day can be found at:  http://www.mdsci.org/events-calendar/events/PiDay.html

And click on this link to find out more about the Maryland Science Center. There is a charge for this event, $14.95 for adults, $13.95 for seniors and $10.95 for ages 3 to 12.

Happy Pi Day!


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Comment balloon 4 commentsHolly Weatherwax • March 13 2009 05:26PM


Holly-My daughter's middle school celebrated Pi day today, to make it fun the whole school got an individual pie. Table Talk Pies-Yummy!

Posted by Joseph D. Federico, Eastern Massachusetts Real Estate (Donahue Real Estate Co.) about 10 years ago
Home Our Pies History Contact Directions
In the early part of the 1920s, the call of " Fresh Pies"...get your fresh pies here!" was a welcome greeting as the Table Talk wagon filled with fresh pies was pulled by horses throughout small-town neighborhoods. Since 1924, Table Talk Pies has been offering every neighborhood, big or small their pies.

From its humble beginnings in Worcester, Massachusetts, Table Talk Pie has been a leader and innovator in the pie industry while maintaining its small town baker roots. Over the years, Table Talk Pies has grown from a handmade pie baker to a fully automated pie and snack cake bakery. A leader in the 4" baked pie category, Table Talk Pies continues to grow and move into the next century.

Holly-I got curious and googled Table Talk Pies-they ae made in Worcester, Mass.

Posted by Joseph D. Federico, Eastern Massachusetts Real Estate (Donahue Real Estate Co.) about 10 years ago

Holly, My son is the biggest math geek on this planet. He has his masters degree in applied mathematics and I'm lost without a calculator. Now I will be one up on him with your help. Thank-you...


Posted by Paul S. Henderson, REALTOR®, CRS, Tacoma Washington Agent/Broker & Market Authority! (RE/MAX Northwest.) about 10 years ago

Holly, I like the idea of having pie on Pi day. Makes sense to me and is not irrational at all like the number.

Posted by Gary Woltal, Assoc. Broker Realtor SFR Dallas Ft. Worth (Keller Williams Realty) about 10 years ago

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